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    Default The BaldTruthTalk Critter Thread

    Hi, everyone! I've created this thread for us to share a few light-hearted conversations about our household pets, something to brighten up the day when the going gets rough. This is our Pomeranian, Luna. She's a cuddly little furball who loves the outdoors. She also loves to cool down, so bath time is never an issue for her. This results to endless fun times in her dog bath tub. She also loves to play catch, another reason why we bring along her squeaky toys in our trips, the kids love playing with her as well. We raised her ever since she was a pup and will always be a part of our family. What are your pet stories, fellas?

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    She's so cute. I have a dog too and she is a puppy. It's a 4-month labrador, Molly. She is so funny looking at her is impossible not to smile, even if you had a hard day at work. I can tell a lot of funny stories but my favourite it's when I cook she always turns around and when after cooking I wash the dishes she often jumps into the dishwasher. It also happens that we collect dirty dishes during the day and the dishwasher is open all this time, how funny it is to see her sleeping on one of the shelves or the door.

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